Sometimes you want to get out of the studio, but the available light just isn’t enough. Head out on location with us, and see how you can use Speedlites and portable flash to create a range of natural-looking portraits as well as more special effects.
Inspired by a portrait taken by my son, I headed down to the local skatepark to see if I could ... Read More
Windows are always an effective foil for the photographer (reflections, semi-reflections, light-sources etc.) and in this video, we show how ... Re...
In the UK, the month of April is famed for its continuous showers. On the day of this shoot, ... Read More
Don’t let the weather spoil a weather-themed portrait when you can be resourceful instead. Of course, when you DON’T want ... Read More
A softbox brings flattering light and a striking reflection to this outdoors portrait. As part of our series on reflections, ... Read More
Shoot your subject’s reflection using studio light outdoors. Continuing our series on reflections, this portrait stars the reflected image ... Re...
Natural light, a few daffodils and a slightly reluctant toddler were all it took to get this spring-time portrait. I’m ... Read More
Get creative by photographing a subject and her reflection indoors – using whatever you have around you for the reflection. ... Read More
Overpower daylight with portable flash for an atmospheric outdoor portrait. Although this image looks as though it was taken after ... Read More